The German organisation Sea-Watch vessel Sea-Watch 3 picked on January 19, up 47 migrants in the southern Mediterranean and a heavy trip then against Italy and Malta, the two EU countries have refused to donate their lands for the freelance were.
near the coast of Sicily, where the crew sought shelter against bad weather.
Sea-Watch 3 sails under the Dutch flag, and the Italian minister of the interior Matteo Salvini has said – most recently on Tuesday – to the 47 migrants may be allowed to step in the country only if the Netherlands or Germany promises to receive them.
the Salvini driving the most hard-line of the Italian migration policy.
the German-based ngo that sued Italy before the european Court for human rights because the country refuses to allow the ship to add. The lawsuit was filed on Friday, according to the organization's spokesperson, Ruben Neugebauer.
– Salvini has taken the people on board hostage, said Neugebauer to AFP.
After a lengthy dispute about the migrants who are taken up by freelance rescue workers earlier in January, the EU agreed to allocate less than 50 people it was on the eight member states.
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